American Forests

American Forests is creating healthy and resilient forests from cities to wilderness that deliver essential benefits for climate, people, water and wildlife.

American Forests inspires and advances the conservation of forests, which are essential to life. We do this by:
– protecting and restoring threatened forest ecosystems;
– promoting and expanding urban forests; and
– increasing understanding of the importance of forests.

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LATEST AMERICAN FOREST WEBSITE ARTICLES:

  • Job Posting: Senior Manager for Western Forest Science
    ABOUT AMERICAN FORESTS:  American Forests is a national non-profit organization committed to creating healthy and resilient forests from cities to wilderness that deliver essential benefits for climate, people, water and wildlife. Established in 1875, American Forests has been restoring forests for more than 140 years. And, while we may The post Job Posting: Senior Manager for Western Forest Science appeared first on American Forests.
  • American Forests Statement on Trillion Trees Interagency Council
    For 145 years, American Forests has provided non-partisan leadership for forests across America, from cities to wilderness. Now more than ever, we need trees and forests for their important contributions to protect biodiversity, provide clean air and water, and help in the broader effort to slow climate change. The growth of The post American Forests Statement on Trillion Trees Interagency Council appeared first on American Forests.
  • Job Posting: California State Manager
    ABOUT AMERICAN FORESTS:  American Forests is a national non-profit organization committed to creating healthy and resilient forests from cities to wilderness that deliver essential benefits for climate, people, water and wildlife. Established in 1875, American Forests has been restoring forests for more than 140 years. And, while we may The post Job Posting: California State Manager appeared first on American Forests.
  • Red Hickory (Carya ovalis)
    American Forests National Tree Register, Species: Red Hickory (Carya ovalis), State: VADescription The tree appears healthy and is growing in a stand of particularly tall trees. It is a forest grown tree, growing with beeches, poplars, and oaks. Height measured from multiple angles with laser hypsometer and verified with LiDAR. Location Caroline, VA The post Red Hickory (Carya ovalis) appeared first on American Forests.
  • Gray Pine (Pinus sabiniana)
    American Forests National Tree Register, Species: Gray Pine (Pinus sabiniana), State: CADescription Location Nevada, CA The post Gray Pine (Pinus sabiniana) appeared first on American Forests.
  • Vasey Oak (Quercus vaseyana)
    American Forests National Tree Register, Species: Vasey Oak (Quercus vaseyana), State: TXDescription Please submit the photos that were required for the 2019 - 2020 cycle by the verification deadline for the 2021 National Register. 9/27/20 RT Location Brewster, TX The post Vasey Oak (Quercus vaseyana) appeared first on American Forests.
  • Red Bay (Persea borbonia)
    American Forests National Tree Register, Species: Red Bay (Persea borbonia), State: TXDescription Location Montgomery, TX The post Red Bay (Persea borbonia) appeared first on American Forests.
  • Screwbean Mesquite (Prosopis pubescens)
    American Forests National Tree Register, Species: Screwbean Mesquite (Prosopis pubescens), State: TXDescription Location Brewster, TX The post Screwbean Mesquite (Prosopis pubescens) appeared first on American Forests.
  • Water Oak (Quercus nigra)
    American Forests National Tree Register, Species: Water Oak (Quercus nigra), State: TXDescription Location Gregg, TX The post Water Oak (Quercus nigra) appeared first on American Forests.
  • Sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua)
    American Forests National Tree Register, Species: Sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua), State: NJDescription This tree was nominated in 2019 on a paper nomination form. However, due to transition between National Register managers the form was misplaced/lost. An exception has been made for this nomination due to American Forests' error. All information on file is what has been The post Sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) appeared first on American Forests.

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